What is Academic Probation?

When a student’s cumulative average is within 5% of the minimum average required for progression, he or she is restricted to a reduced course load for 12 months. This allows the student to spend more time on each course in order to improve his or her academic performance.

Academic probation is a temporary, 12-month status. When you are on probation you must achieve an average of at least 60%, with no failures, on all courses taken during the probation period. If you fail to meet any of the above Conditions of Probation, you will be Required to Withdraw from the University for a minimum of twelve months.

Those taking 3.5 or 4.0 courses in the Fall/Winter session are still considered full-time students. Alternatively, you may register and pay tuition as a part-time student.